Electrical power and systems are at the heart of modern society – and so are electrical engineers. Electrical engineering degrees will equip students with knowledge of how the industry works, as well as giving them the engineering skills and technological knowledge needed to design, assess and improve electrical and electronic systems.
Electrical engineers are concerned mainly with large-scale electrical systems such as motor control and power transmission as well as utilizing electricity to transmit energy.
Electrical engineers may work on a diverse range of technologies from the design of household appliances, lighting, and wiring of buildings, telecommunication systems, electrical power stations, and satellite communications.
At bachelor level, an electrical engineering degree will aim to give you grounding in the underlying principles of electronic and electrical engineering, before allowing specialization in an area of interest later on in the course. You will also be involved in projects working within groups.
If you’re interested in how electrical devices work and have a strong interest in mathematics and science, then you probably already have some essential engineering skills and an electrical engineering degree may well be for you. Although technical knowledge is essential, electrical engineers are also involved in designing and building a range of devices, often within teams.
Department of Electrical Engineering at acem is actively engaged in teaching and research on many topics related to engineering challenges.